A podcast for every parent

Published on November 11, 2022

Did you know that Christian Parenting has a podcast network? The Christian Parenting Podcast Network curates the best parenting podcasts to help you leave perfection at the door to become the perfectly imperfect parent God has called you to be. We invite you to explore our network of trusted parenting podcasts today! 

Spiritually focused 

If you are looking for a way to pass along spiritual wisdom to your children, pray for them, or have real conversations about faith—these podcasts are for you. 

The Moms in Prayer podcast is a place where moms are encouraged and equipped to better pray for and impact the next generation. Our heart’s desire is for every school, in every nation, all around the world, to be covered in prayer. 

If you have a child in your life that you want to pass along biblical values to, the Bible for Kids podcast is for you. Hosted by best-selling author Amy Parker and author and co-creator of VeggieTales, Mike Nawrocki, The Bible for Kids seeks to provide a discovery platform for best resources for teaching biblical values to kids. 

Join Dr. Rob and Amy Rienow for practical, encouraging, and real conversations about faith and family. Each episode of Family Vision will give you hope and encouragement to grow in your faith and strengthen your family. 

Let’s Parent on Purpose is a weekly podcast designed to strengthen your marriage, parenting, and personal relationship with Jesus. Host Jay Holland provides examples from God’s word, real life success and failure stories, and lots of humility from his 20+ years of student ministry, parenting, foster parenting, and counseling others. 

Real men with authentic faith—Legacy Dads is a community of Christian men focusing on issues such as marriage, parenting, and leadership. They equip men who are trying to balance faith, modern lives, while leading families to a lasting legacy. 

BE STRONG, PROTECT THE WEAK, LOVE EVERYONE. Each week on Be Love. Do Good. podcast, we will be sharing practical ways to live out this message. You’ll hear tips and ideas, encouraging words, and stories of others who are being love and doing good in their communities in hopes to inspire YOU and your family to love in your own ways!

Like a weekly coffee date with the girls, Somer Colbert and her guests come together to ask the hard questions, have honest conversations and dive deep into God’s Word. Somer encourages listeners to identify their gifts, talents and current season of life as opportunities to impact the lives of others and bring their children along in the journey reminding us there are opportunities everywhere and every day to Love Where You Are!

 

With short, welcoming episodes, Liturgies for Parents invites parents like you to take a breath and find comfort in the prayers of another. Each week, you’ll hear some scripture, a short prayer, and a gentle reminder of God’s presence in your life from Kayla Craig, a mom of four and author of To Light Their Way: A Collection of Prayers & Liturgies for Parents.

Grief and suffering 

No matter who you are, you have either walked through deep hardship, you are in a hard season as we speak, or you will be soon enough. These podcasts will encourage you, equip you, and remind you that you are not alone. 

Through their own story of suffering and countless others, hosts Daniel and Kelly Crawford have seen the redemptive truth that God never wastes an ounce of our pain. Join them each week on Life Upside Down for authentic conversations and gospel hope for the hurting.

Jonathan Pitts shares his real-life story of love, life, and loss with refreshing vulnerability and engaging candor. Join Jonathan on The Journey as he helps you make better sense of yours. 

Advice from professionals 

Christian Parenting has sought wisdom from some of the best professionals in the business to address the tough issues parents face today. They discuss everything from finances to relationships in order to better equip you as a parent. 

On each Growing Connected podcast, husband and wife team Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick discuss a listener-submitted question, exploring what the intersection of child development science and faith teach us about issues families are facing. 

“Understanding our own finances is hard enough, let alone knowing how to teach our children.” Chuck and Ann Bentley have been teaching biblical financial principles and practical application for 20+ years. They break down mistakes they have made, present practical tools and principles, and ultimately equip you as a family to thrive as faithful stewards in their Family and Finances podcast. 

The Pairadocs are a father-son duo with PhDs in Clinical Counseling. Pairadocs is a uniquely humorous marriage, parenting, and family podcast. If you’ve struggled in relationships with kids, parents, spouse, or friends, or no matter what life stage you find yourself in, you will find a connection with and come to love Jimmy and Josh and their hilarious father-son dynamic. 

The Living Wholehearted Podcast is filled with grace, hope, and practical tools to help you in every relationship that matters most to you in your home, work, and community. Whether you are a parent or a CEO, or both, how you lead matters. When a leader lives with integrity, everyone in their wake benefits. Jeff and Terra Mattson are a husband and wife team helping leaders of all types live with integrity through Biblical, clinical, and relational wisdom. 

Parenting and Pennies podcast covers everything from college savings to teaching children to give generously. Drs. Art and Sarah Rainer come alongside moms and dads to help them make today’s money decisions that will shape their child’s future.

Each week, husband and wife team, Jeff (MA ORGL) and Terra (MA LPC, LMFT) Mattson, will answer your BIG and small questions about raising kids in today’s anxious world on the Dear Mattsons podcast. With 20 years of experience in marriage and family therapy, professional counseling, leadership development, and pastoral ministry, they bridge the gap between Biblical, clinical, and relational wisdom. Nothing is off the table!

Parenting wisdom 

Whether you are preparing for a newborn, looking for advice specific to parenting boys, or just want to laugh a little about the journey of parenting—we have a podcast for you. 

Parenting can be messy. There’s lots of amazing moments followed by some really hard times that make it easy to be discouraged if we aren’t careful. Pardon the Mess tackles parenting with honest discussions about the ups and downs of parenting and the lessons God has taught us along the way. It’s fun, it’s real, it’s biblical, and it’s for everyone! 

Monica Swanson, author of the Boy Mom book and blogger at monicaswanson.com, shares encouragement and inspiration for raising boys in today’s world. Monica shares practical advice and Biblical wisdom through honest conversations, interviews with other boy moms, and light-hearted humor in The Boymom Podcast

Each week, Chrys and Shellie, seasoned moms and grandmas, help listeners see life lessons in the simple events that happen daily. If you could use some Godly parenting wisdom, encouragement, and inspiration, along with some fun, real life stories, Rocking it Grand is for you! 

The Raising Sinners podcast tackles all the topics and questions parents have about raising their kids! Lisa and her co-host Chrissie Dunham, and the occasional special guest, cover it all: sibling rivalry, dating, and social media, but also discuss raising children who don’t fit the mold and even that pesky “mama guilt.”

The Full Spectrum Parent podcast is the only faith-based Autism parenting podcast on the web. Greg and Jessica Hurlbut are pastors in Upstate NY and parents of five kiddos; two who struggle with severe autism, two adopted through foster care, and one typical teenage boy. Each episode they offer special needs parents a dose of help, a dose of humor, and a dose of hope.

Motherhood is a tough job. Then when we add in a career, keeping up the house, dinner time, and trying to maintain some social life, motherhood can be overwhelming. The Moms at Work podcast is here to break down those expectations. Join your host, Jeanette Tapley, as we come together weekly, tearing down the walls of expectations surrounding moms, and as we lean into the work in front of us, we will learn to trust God for the future of our families. 

Parenting a newborn is hard. But Craig and Rachel Denison are here to help. Authors of A Parent’s Guide to a New Baby and parents to two wild and wonderful boys, they’re here to help you go from unprepared (and probably scared) to prepared (and ready to thrive) as a couple with a newborn. Listen, laugh, learn, and prepare with So, You’re Having a Baby.

Just for kids 

Your kids will not be able to hold back the giggles as your friends at The Pond take you on adventures and everyday challenges with a smile. Each episode of Life at the Pond applies solid, biblically-based truths to life lessons that build character in your kids and provide more than a splash of humor along the way from a crew building lifelong friendships at The Pond. 

Along for the Ride podcast makes everyday things more enjoyable by providing an interactive game show for your kids – and you! Whether you’re going to and from practice, driving to visit friends, waiting in line for grocery pickup, or on a road trip, there is always an opportunity to connect and have fun! Along for the Ride is all about having fun, building character, and making memories. 

Backseat Bible Nuggets are podcast devotionals for kids that teach Biblical truths for the whole family. These 5-8 minute episodes teach a lesson from scripture and pose questions to generate conversation about God. This is a must listen for all Christian parents who are on-the-go!

In a world saturated with information, opinions, and just general noise, our hope is that this guide can be a blessing.  Try out a few different ones and be encouraged and challenged that you are not on this journey alone!

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